HomeBrite Solar

Model 30802

Internet #100401708

Store SO SKU #426393

Plastic Solar LED Tear Drop Lights- (2- Pack)-DISCONTINUED

This item has been discontinued.
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Product Overview

Light those darken pathway, walkway or garden with this innovative and energy efficient Solar lights. Its new 3 way direct diffusion system generates 360 degree direct Super Bright lighting. Just install anywhere they will receive direct sunlight. The powerful solar panel collects the natural sun light and charge up the internal rechargeable batteries during the day and illuminated automatically at dusk. No wire required. Easy installation.

  • Powered by two AA size rechargeable NiCad batteries (included)
  • 3 super white LED with 3 way diffusion system
  • More than 10 hours of illumination when fully charged
  • Material: Plastic / Black Color
  • Head: 7 in. x 7 in., Ht: 17 in. overall when assembled

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Rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Dim, really dim I love solar, but these lights, while nominally attractive in a plastic kind of way, are only good as markers. Don't expect to be able to see the ground around them, as the three leds don't project enough to see further than a foot or so from the fixture. Also, the batteries seem to be variable in quality. Of the four fixtures I purchased, one actually stays lit for more than two hours, while the other three are almost invisible by that time. It is cold right now, and the fixture does have a warning label that states 'In extreme cold, batteries must be exchanged for low temperature batteries before use...' or something like that. Maybe thats my problem, though I wouldn't think that mid 20's counts as extreme cold. January 18, 2007
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